Recordings of interesting
groups of sounds, variously found or generated;
bells, gongs, crickets...
Abstract, elemental; contemplative.
Sympatico is the Woodstock lyrical rhythm
unit — world fusion with hand drums,
percussion, bells, gongs, voices...
and featuring various
gifted guest Melodians, on
guitars, violin, horns...
Â• Free Streams
of our "dance & trance" music.
World Trance Fusion: original instrumental/ vocal
music, quality studio recordings which we
describe variously as...
tracks from the Warblehead CD (please, thank you,) on
Rhythm'n'Blues Rock Reggae
Movin' types of music...
in New York State's mid-Hudson
region now, and we're looking
forward to a new version...)
Playing lots of rootsy, R&B/soul/blues
rock and reggae standards,
tunes by musicians like,the Allman
Bros., Beatles, Bob Marley, Creedence,
Dave Matthews, Eric Clapton, The
Police, the Rascals, Magic Sam, Sam
& Dave, Sam Cooke, Talking Heads,
Taj Mahal, Van Morrison, Peter
Green's Fleetwood Mac, even a
little Grateful Dead, Otis Redding,
& James Taylor, sometimes;
And Cream, Jeff Beck, and
the early Rolling Stones doing the
blues of Bo
Diddley, Howlin' Wolf, Robert
Johnson, Willie Dixon, Muddy Waters,
and all them guys.
at Woodstock, NY's
Mountain View Studio, 11/7/10, led by
famed Balinese dancers I Made
Bandem and Suasthi
Bandem. This particular band of
monkeys did a workshop with the Bandems
the day before, organized by Baird Hersey
and Bill Ylitalo.
From Neil Ayer's
Tribute page to our old musical friend, Mitch
Old Song rerecorded:
Mitch Dielhenn's "Arms
From The Sky"— Neil Ayer
and I recorded this first-draft version of a
song that, as kids, we often performed with
our late friend, Mitch Dielhenn. Neil
produced the whole song, I just sung it, and
maybe at some point we'll get back to
finishing it up. Neil has this posted on his
which features a page of tributes to Mitch,
an amazing songwriter and heartful guy.
(That page also has some recordings of we
did as part of "The Good Name Band" in
Denver, back in those days.)
(An excerpt of the
A man came to me
Face shining like the sea
Who like an unborn baby lay
So deep within your grace
These things he said to me
And you my
Would you like to be free?
There is a
place I know
Every man longs to go
Which like a fountain spring
Blessing from God these waters bring
And a voice of peace and beauty
Here a man meets himself